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Does a DSI have java?

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No it does not support Java

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No, because the DSi does not support Java.


To access the Internet through your Nintendo DSi, you must first download the Nintendo DSi Browser from the Nintendo DSi Shop. See Nintendo DSi - Nintendo DSi Browser.


No, it doesn't because the DSi Browser doesn't support Flash or Java.


Javascript is automatically enabled on the Nintendo DSi. Don't confuse this with Java, which isn't supported.


You cant, they were all fakes, but maybe Nintendo will make a Youtube channel from the dsi shop soon.


you can by getting a sd card and downloading a good flash player on the card


you cant currently open many games on the Nintendo dsi web browser. that is die to the fact that there is no adobe or java flash support. however it may open some games that don't require java or adobe. i hope this answers your question


you can't. Dsi web browser isn't updateable. It is javascript based, and yes there is a difference between java and javascript. But you can still watch GIF videos on www.dsivid.webs.com



For what i know, there is a web downloadable app from the dsi store. its free, but it stinks. it doesn't have java, or flashplayer, and it takes forever to load something. (i quit at the login screen. it took to long) im still trying to get to my inventory, but ive heard that a 3dsi has either java or flash player (not sure if it's true). but i bet you could get to maybe your inventory on dsi. maybe.


Get a sd or sdhc cardget a sd card readerplug it in a computerthen copy the java or if you also want adobe and drag it on the sd cardput the sd card in a dsi and go to "system settings"Go to "sd card managment"and copy the files and it's Done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


You cant. The DSi can only send pictures to an online source. You cannot download anything TO the DSi that cannot be found inside the DSi store. You cant even watch online movies due to the fact you cannot download Java, Flash, or Shockwave. Maybe in the future Nintendo will get on the ball, until then......Sorry.


Yes it can just follow these steps.Get a sd or sdhc cardget a sd card readerplug it in a computerthen copy the java or if you also want adobe and drag it on the sd cardput the sd card in a dsi and go to "system settings"Go to "sd card managment"and copy the files and it's Done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Yes- you can go on themNo - you wont be able to play them:Flash and You-tube video's currently can not be played. Additionally Java isn't a plug-in for the DSi Opera browser therefore you couldn't even go on RuneScape.


i am not positive but i do not think they will for a while. but possibly in the future.


you cannot get a dsi with dsi points


yes all you do is go restart the whole dsi andthen read page 13 of the manual and then you click update \calbrate and when its done calbrating then itasks you a question and you cic yes and then it uploads the adobe flash player of the hardrive


yes a dsi charger fits a dsi XL and a dsi XL fits the dsi


UK: DSi - £129.99 Dsi XL - £169.99 - £189.00 US: DSi - (approx) $149.99 DSi XL - $189.99


Yes, the DSi charger is the same as the DSi XL.


Yes, the Nintendo DSi can play DSi games


No, the dsi XL has a bigger screen than the dsi.


There is no "DSi lite" console but if you mean the DSi XL, it is fully compatible with DSi games(although you'll have to buy them twice if you want a copy on a DSi and a DSi XL)


I dont really get what your saying. But if your saying how to get internet for the dsi. Go to dsi shop > dsi ware > free > DSi internet


In America: A Nintendo DSi is $140; a DSi XL is $160. In Japan: A Nintendo DSi is ¥15,000; a DSi LL is ¥18,000. In the UK: A Nintendo DSi is £150. In Australia: A Nintendo DSi is $300.



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